Amy Kordonowy

Connecting Mom

I've always loved outdoor fitness activities such as walking, biking and jogging & after finding FIT4MOM in January of 2015, I found a perfect fit for my daughter and me! I've always struggled to keep up with working out during the winter months and it became even more challenging once I became a mom. After teaching young children for 12 years, I was a stay at home mom who missed connecting with other adults on a daily basis. I love how the Stroller Strides classes incorporate songs and learning activities and Our Village play dates provide an age appropriate social & learning experience for the children. After joining the first Body Back group, I became hooked. The high intensity class was a little out of my comfort zone and challenged me to achieve new physical milestones and push me to work harder and plan for significant lifestyle changes with meal planning and working out. I love both of these classes so much and wanted to be sure that other moms in the area new about these unique, "mom only" opportunities. I became the group's "Marketing Mom" by recruiting and promoting and sharing with others about FIT4MOM Plainfield. My experience as an on-location photographer was a logical way that I could promote FIT4MOM events, by photographing special classes & activities. My daughter and I have made so many new friends and made so many strides with our physical fitness and lifestyle priorities as a result of our FIT4MOM classes!

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